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Old 06-13-2010, 06:53 PM   #41
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i had talked to you people about my 8314bss rockwood signature ultra lite.i also have a delamination problem.contacted forest river and they made the decision to send the trailer back to factory after dealer got estimate from a body shop to fix was out of warranty by 2 weeks.the dealer sent them pics and they decided to do it at the factory thanks for your help it will be going in in september .

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Old 06-13-2010, 07:12 PM   #42
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Glad to hear that FR is taking care of you. I'm glad we have a manufacturer that stands behind thier product and takes care of thier customers. Sounds like you have a good dealer taking care of you as well.

So far mine is holding up well. I have a few places that need some additional caulking, but nothing major. The awning also needs adjustment. Both minor issues. Everthing else looks great. You can't tell, inside or out, that the sidewalls have been replaced.

I hope that they are replacing both sides. I also requested an additional 1 year warranty and got it.

Good luck and happy camping.


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Old 06-14-2010, 08:03 AM   #43
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Reading these posts I feel somewhat encouraged on my leak problem. After three failed attempts to get pictures to the dealer (attachments too large for dealers email server to handle), they have them now and I hope to get an answer soon. Frankly, the dealer hasn't been real helpful so far. I have been working the the body shop manager, and he basically told me there is no hope for FR to cover this. However, I pushed him and he agreed to work on it with me.

Trying to keep a positive attitude.
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Old 06-26-2010, 05:35 PM   #44
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Originally Posted by grhodes50 View Post
Here are a few pics. These pics are of the outside above my slide. There are about 4 places but this is the most noticable. It runs from the top of the tt to the top of the slide and about 3" wide.

I didn't post any of the inside because you can't really see the swelling but you can feel it when you rub your hand over the wall.

You can also get a few hard bumps. Looks something like a rash. I have a few of these but couldn't get any good pics. There is a thread, can't remember which, where they posted pics of the bumps.

Hope this helps.
My Sierra fifth wheel is doing the same thing, on one side only......I think I'll contact my dealer.....

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